Elon Musk, head of Tesla, Twitter and a few other companies, including Neuralink, has tweeted that the "cage fight" between him and Zuckerberg (the Meta boss) may take place after all and, if it does, the best place for it may be the historic site of the Colosseum in Rome.
A Doge-themed account responded to Elon Musk's public message about the upcoming fight versus Zuckerberg.
Historic site picked for Musk vs. Zuck cage fight
It started more than a week ago, when Musk tweeted that he did not mind having a "cage fight" with Zuckerberg, and the Meta CEO asked him in a social media post to send him a location.
Musk picked the Vegas Octagon. His tactics, according to a tweet, are "walrus-style," where he lies down on his opponent and does nothing.
Musk's mother, model Maye Musk, was doing her best to prevent the fight, asking everyone to at least not encourage it. With relief, Ms. Musk later tweeted that the fight had been canceled. However, yesterday, her son tweeted that it still may happen, and the location may be the legendary Colosseum, where, in ancient Rome, emperors set up gladiator fights.
Earlier this week, it became known that Musk had had a training session with Lex Fridman, a popular podcaster, AI researcher and martial arts expert. Fridman tweeted that he was "extremely impressed with his strength, power, and skill, on the feet and on the ground." He added, "It was epic," he added.
He stated that it is great to see both Musk and Zuckerberg train in martial arts. However, he would prefer them not to fight in a cage but simply practice martial arts in a gym.
I did an impromptu training session with @elonmusk for a few hours yesterday. I'm extremely impressed with his strength, power, and skill, on the feet and on the ground. It was epic. It's really inspiring to see Elon and Mark doing martial arts, but I think the world is served… pic.twitter.com/cq00A9Xnmw— Lex Fridman (@lexfridman) June 27, 2023
Crypto user offers to pay in DOGE
A DOGE fan decided to support the "DogeFather" Elon Musk, who turned 52 the other day, and offered to pay in Dogecoin to see the fight. The fan has a DOGE-themed account with over 187,000 followers.
A week ago, a similar offer came as a comment to Musk's tweet about potentially cage fighting Mark Zuckerberg.
Can we pay to watch it with Doge? pic.twitter.com/eqgHVi2uzF— Doge Pound 🐶 (@TheDogePoundNFT) June 30, 2023
The price of DOGE today, according to CoinMarketCap, shows a more than 4.44% rise within the past 24 hours, and the meme coin is trading at $0.06594.